The Best summer Camp for Young Archers, Archery Camps USA Review

The best summer camp for young archers, Archery camps USA review

Of course, you already know, archery is a great sport for any kid regardless of age or abilities. Kids simply have a lot of fun learning to use a bow and arrow. As parents and teachers, we realize young archers today have many interests. Suburban and intercity kids alike enjoy taking part in the NASP (National Archery Schools Program). Then there are the kids that enjoy the thrill of competing in 3-D archery, field archery and indoor shooting leagues at local archery clubs. While other kids simply, love bowhunting whitetail deer, wild turkey, and want to try their hand at Bowfishing ruff fish like the Asian carp, big-head, which is creating problems in our creeks and rivers.


The best summer camp for young archers, Archery camps USA review

Archery Camps USA certified instructors know exactly what kids both want to learn, and most importantly, need to learn to be safe, have fun, and achieve their personal goals. In fact, their focus is on teaching boys and girls from eight to eighteen the tips, tricks, and secrets to shooting a bow and arrow. Kids want to learn, have fun, and make them better archers improving their self-esteem. As you continue reading this article, best summer camp for young archers, Archery camps USA review, I believe you will discover what to look for in the best summer camp experience for your young archer.

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The best summer camp for young archers, Archery camps USA review

Archery Camps USA President Mr. Jason Greer shared with me, the camp is a not for profit organization. With a goal of taking each youth that visits the camp, and mold them into the archers of tomorrow. Archery Camps USA, focus is to instill self-confidence, self-control, and teamwork in each youth. While at Archery Camps USA, your child mentored by highly trained professionals in their areas of expertise in the sport of archery. Where today’s youth come to learn the traditions of generations past

NASP – Field archery – 3-D archery – Bowfishing – Traditional archery – Tree Stand Safety – Trailing & Tracking – Topo map and GPS navigation – Flint Knapping – Bow maintenance & Arrow building

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Kids just want to have, fun, fun, and more fun

 Young archers want to learn, Archery Camps USA teaches:

Just a few of the kid’s favorite topics that are covered

● Basic archery skills for your NASP shooter

● Advanced tips and tricks that will improve your child’s NASP shooting experience

● Secrets professional archers use to shoot better at the 3-D target range

● How to shoot a Crossbow for fun and hunting

● What kind of archery equipment they need for bow fishing, how to set up and use it and have lots of fun

● The best way to set-up a deer hunting tree stand and portable hunting blind, with safety precautions in mind

● Tracking and trailing whitetail deer, turkeys and other wild game

The best summer camp for young archers, Archery camps USA review

Young archers simply want to have fun while they learn

Archery Camps USA 2011summer camp will be five days, and four nights filled with fun and excitement.

-NASP

–Field archery

– 3-D archery

– Bowfishing

– Traditional archery

Tree Stand Safety

– Trailing & Tracking

– Topo map and GPS navigation

– Flint Knapping

– Bow maintenance & Arrow building

Wednesday will be a special day for the campers that like to go fishing. All the young anglers that want to will get the opportunity to fish using either a rod or reel, or for your young angler that wants to experience the thrill of bow fishing. The Down river Bowfishing association will be there to introduce and instruct kids on the ancient art of Bowfishing.  With all the state of the art modern, bows, arrows, and fishing tips.

As if that was not cool enough, things just keep getting more exciting. Experienced highly trained instructors of the Down River Bowfishing association will introduce the kids to how their tournament Bowfishing boats are set-up, and then take them out on the water, for real hands on experience. Which is an experience they will not soon forget anytime soon, and that I believe you will agree with me, is a good thing.

The best summer camp for young archers, Archery camps USA review

location, camp Brosends in Newburgh Indiana first settled in 1803, Newburgh is one of the oldest communities in southwestern Indiana, located on the banks of the scenic Ohio River, a short fifteen minute drive from the east side of Evansville, Indiana.

Dates, June, 13th – 17th 2011

Contact information, anyone that would like additional information, should call Archery Camps USA president Mr. Jason Greer, (812)-305-2354. Jason will be happy to answer any questions you may have, or help you with the registration of your son, daughter, grandson or daughter, niece or nephew.

Email archerycampsusa@gmail.com

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Site for Archery Camps USA summer camp, Camp Brosends Newburgh Indiana

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Camp Brosend Rd, Newburgh, IN 47630, USA
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Location for the 2011 Archery Camps USA, summer camp June 13th -17th.

The best summer camp for young archers, Archery camps USA review is an in-depth look at the things young archers want to, and need to learn involving NASP, 3-D archery, bow hunting, Bow fishing and field archery. Making achieving their personal goals a reality, have fun while gaining a better understanding of modern archery equipment and techniques, its history, and its impact on their future.

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Pamela99 5 years ago from United States

The archery camp looks great for young people. I enjoyed archery reflate when I was in high school. Your hub has a lot of good information.


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Teddletonmr 5 years ago from Midwest USA Author

Pamela99 thanks for your comment, I started shooting a stick bow when I was in the sixth grade. Archery is a sport people of all ages, and skill levels can enjoy.

Thanks for stopping by, break out the ole bow and stretch the string... Mike


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katiem2 5 years ago from I'm outta here

What a great idea, I will be sharing this as many parents are looking for a great learning experience that will enrich their child, teen or tweens summer. The best summer camp for young adults and young archers is archery camps USA, what a great resource! THANKS! :) Katie


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Teddletonmr 5 years ago from Midwest USA Author

Katie archery camps USA is a great place for young archers to spend a week learning useful archery skills from certified instructors, have a lot of fun, and as an added bonus meet an archery pro or two.

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